A Frolic of His Own - Section 9 (through page 262) Summary & Analysis

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Section 9 (through page 262) Summary

Christina jumps on Oscar's legal bills. His blonde plaything's lawyer wants $7,500, and Oscar has secret new lawyers. Conflict with Father, since he saw the movie, may blow over once Oscar loses the lawsuit, proving the play is not worth stealing. Why had Oscar never learned to play with other boys as a child? Oscar confesses he had been content beside the Big-Sea Waters of Gitche Gumee, and recalls getting in trouble with Father for stripping the bark from a birch tree to build a canoe. Christina says that should have been an early sign he would never please Father.

Christina finds Oscar engrossed in a nature program and criticizes his odd tastes. Harry calls to report that the new doctor has given him a clean bill of health and recommended rest. Christina tells Harry about the nearly $250,000 settlement offer...

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